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2014-06-28 20:14:48 -0500 | marked best answer | How to find if computation is in a notebook or sage prompt ? Example of what is needed in sage prompt: sage: is_sageprompt() True Example of what is needed in a notebook:
In an input cell: is_sagenotebook() The output cell: True |

2014-06-28 20:14:45 -0500 | marked best answer | What is the function for "%latex" on a notebook cell ? In a notebook cell one can write: %latex Hello \ [ x=f(x) \ ] and an image appear with perfect math notation. (not jsmath) What is the sage command that does the same receiving a string ? Something like latexrender(r"Hello \ [x=f(x)\ ]") |

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2013-07-10 22:44:26 -0500 | asked a question | maximum element of a matrix How to determine the maximum element of a matrix? For "matrix_integer_dense" there is height() [1]. For numpy matrix there is max function. How to do it in Sage matrices with one single "max" like instruction ? [1] http://www.sagemath.org/doc/reference... [2] Alternetive: m.numpy().max() |

2013-07-03 23:25:01 -0500 | commented answer | JSON and basic sage types The habit of the search for standards made ask the question. Thank you. |

2013-07-02 13:17:27 -0500 | asked a question | JSON and basic sage types Is there any package that produces a JSON string from sage dictionary containing "basic" sage types ? Something like [1]: |

2013-04-29 05:51:43 -0500 | asked a question | setting plot options After a plot has been made, how can one change options but not using show() or save()? Does command "change_options" in this code exists ? p = plot(some plot) p.change_options(ticks=[None, 1.5/4]) later on p.show() |

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2013-04-16 05:10:34 -0500 | commented answer | random seed By "later" I mean few days later and not just the next computation. Maybe this is not an effective mathematical question because random is random at all times (stopping or not). Starting from a seed there's a cycle in generated random number. But maybe that's no important to follow the same cycle if I interrupt the computation. Thanks. |

2013-04-16 05:07:35 -0500 | commented answer | random seed I've read but probably I'm missing the answer. |

2013-04-16 04:08:28 -0500 | asked a question | random seed How to start using random() and stop the process and then recover the random generation from the point where it stopped? Example later |

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2012-08-28 21:07:47 -0500 | commented question | Articles about Sage Notebook Sage Notebook is now a different product from Sage Mathematics. I would like to reference only to SageNB. I will use nb.sagemath.org as a reference. Thanks. |

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2012-06-21 22:25:30 -0500 | commented answer | What compression use a sws worksheet file? Thanks. 'file' is new to me and a nice tool. A long term idea is to pre-build worksheets, a different one for each user to upload each. |

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2012-01-29 23:08:07 -0500 | marked best answer | How to find if computation is in a notebook or sage prompt ? There is an env variable of sorts called But in the notebook this will give |

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2012-01-05 02:44:37 -0500 | commented answer | Personalizing the notebook Where, in a recent sage release, is SAGENB_TEMPLATE_PATH set ? How is it set to sagenb/data/sage ? |

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